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Men wear long pants and shortsleeve shirts, Women wear long dresses
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They dont have traditional clothes
cowboys called gauchos wear ponchos and big hats
Thai people don't really wear traditional cothes all the time.They only wear it when there's a movie or when nessasury.Thai people wear normal cothes like you do. no they dont… the women wear dresses and the menwear pants and a ugly shirt
French men wear suits that people would normally wear to work everyday and traditional french clothing consists of bells or fertolds
the traditional Japanese dress is the kimono, which was worn up to about the 1860s (the meiji revolution) where they became westernised. now Japanese people will normally wea…r western styles and silhouettes except for formal occasions. japan has its own unique style however such as the cosplayers/harajuku girls/ lolitas or the designs of commes des garcons etc
Turkey is fairly European when it comes to clothing. In the larger cities dress code for both men and women is pretty much what you would see in any large European city. Young…er people in particular follow high fashion. Out in the rural areas there is less of a propensity toward fashion but men's clothing is typical of rural areas of say,France or Spain. Traditional women tend to wear headscarves and do not expose their bodies anywhere nearly as much as non traditional women. So, in short, it depends where you are. In Istanbul you might believe you were in Paris. In rural areas it is more traditional.
Not only do the Swiss have traditional clothing, but the Swiss Guard, who are the personal guards of the Pope, still wear it.
Christianity uses the colour white as a symbol of purity. This is fitting because after baptism the subject is free of Original Sin.
In the summer shorts and short sleeves and in the winter warm coats and pants.
For ordinary people,when it is special. Young girls loves yokata(Japanese traditional summer wear).They wear it when seeing Fireworks. Some people like sadou(The Tea Ceremony)…,they wear kimono in ther ceremony. Some people wear kimono at the wedding,and the funeral.
not always but mostly on special days or place, like anywhere else we wear normal everyday clothes
They wear certain t-shirts like americans. They wear turbans. Also Priests wear beautiful headresses.
the wore clothing such as idk lol go on some other website to find this out stupid
At like big holiday such as thanksgiving day(this thanksgiving day is different as us :) ) or new year's day.
Kimonos are quite famous for being traditional in Japan.
they wear lata hoses an german bekem and on birthdays they wear big puffy dresse the size of a slide door.
St David Day and during the National Eisteddfod